Jörg Goldhahn: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2019

Name Prof. Dr. Jörg Goldhahn
Name variantsJörg Goldhahn
J Goldhahn
Joerg Goldhahn
FieldBiomechanik der Rehabilitation
Address
Dep. Gesundheitswiss. und Technol.
ETH Zürich, HCP H 15.3
Leopold-Ruzicka-Weg 4
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 20 69
E-mailjgoldhahn@ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.itm.ethz.ch/research/translational-science.html
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipAdjunct Professor and Privatdozent

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
376-0300-00LTranslational Science for Health and Medicine Restricted registration - show details 3 credits2GJ. Goldhahn, C. Wolfrum
AbstractTranslational science is a cross disciplinary scientific research that is motivated by the need for practical applications that help people. The course should help to clarify basics of translational science, illustrate successful applications and should enable students to integrate key features into their future projects.
ObjectiveAfter completing this course, students will be able to understand:
Principles of translational science (including project planning, ethics application, basics of resource management and interdisciplinary communication)
ContentWhat is translational science and what is it not?
How to identify need?
- Disease concepts and consequences for research
- Basics about incidence, prevalence etc., and orphan indications
How to choose the appropriate research type and methodology
- Ethical considerations including ethics application
- Pros and cons of different types of research
- Coordination of complex approaches incl. timing and resources
How to measure success?
- Outcome variables
- Improving the translational process
Challenges of communication?
How independent is translational science?
- Academic boundary conditions vs. industrial influences
Positive and negative examples will be illustrated by distinguished guest speakers.
376-0303-00LColloquium in Translational Science (Autumn Semester)1 credit1KM. Ristow, C. Ewald, V. Falk, J. Goldhahn, K. Maniura, S. Schürle-Finke, E. Vayena, V. Vogel
AbstractCurrent topics in translational medicine presented by speakers from academia and industry.
ObjectiveGetting insight into actual areas and problems of translational medicine.
ContentTimely and concise presentations of postgraduate students, post-docs, senior scientists, professors, as well as external guests from both academics and industry will present topics of their interest related to translational medicine.
Prerequisites / NoticeNo compulsory prerequisites, but student should have basic knowledge about biomedical research.
376-2017-00LBiomechanics of Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation3 credits2VK.‑U. Schmitt, J. Goldhahn
AbstractThis lectures introduces the basic principles of injury mechanics and rehabilitation focussing on sports injuries.
ObjectiveWithin the scope of this lecture you will learn the basic principles of trauma biomechanics. Based on examples from sports, you will get to know different mechanisms that can possibly result in injury. Investigating the background and cause of injury should allow you to assess the injury risk for sports activities. Furthermore you should be able to develop measures to prevent such injury.
ContentThis lecture deals with the basic principles of injury mechanics and rehabilitation. Mechanisms that can result in injury are presented. Furthermore possibilities to prevent injuries are discussed. Thereby the lecture focuses on sports injuries.
Lecture notesHandouts will be made available.
LiteratureSchmitt K-U, Niederer P, M. Muser, Walz F: "Trauma Biomechanics - Accidental Injury in traffic and sports", Springer Verlag
Prerequisites / NoticeA course work is required. The mark of this course work contributes to the final credits for this lecture. Details will be given during the first lecture.
377-0101-00LFundamentals of Medicine and the Human Body Restricted registration - show details
Only for Human Medicine BSc
2 credits3VJ. Goldhahn, G. Csúcs, R.‑A. Kubik, C. Wolfrum
AbstractFundamental principles of human medicine, Basic Life Support (BLS) and introduction to histology and microscopy.
ObjectiveNach Beendigung der Lehrveranstaltung
- Haben die Studierenden ein Grundverständnis elementarer Bausteine und Prozesse als Basis für die Humanmedizin, z.B. Zellaufbau und -zyklus.
- Kennen die Studierenden grundlegende Terminologie der Anatomie.
- Verstehen die Studierenden den Ablauf medizinischer Versorgung von Erstversorgung bis zur Rehabilitation.
- Verstehen die Studierenden die Vor- und Nachteile von Diagnostik bei Notfällen, insbesondere Ultraschall.
- Kennen die Studierenden die Grundlagen von Mikroskopie und Histologie.
- Haben die Studierenden die Grundlagen von Basic Life Support erlernt:
- Sie erkennen die Symptome eines Herz-Kreislaufstillstandes.
- Sie alarmieren situationsgerecht.
- Sofern vorhanden, organisieren sie einen AED und setzen diesen schnellst möglich und korrekt ein.
- Sie führen am Phantom suffiziente Thoraxkompressionen aus.
- Sie führen am Phantom eine effektive Beatmung unter Mithilfe einer Taschenmaske aus.
- Sie benennen mögliche Komplikationen der Beatmung. Unter gegebenen Umständen verzichten sie auf weitere Beatmungsversuche.
- Sie benennen Grenzen der Herz-Lungen-Wiederbelebung.
- Sie riskieren auch unter Stress, keinesfalls ihr eigenes oder das Leben anderer "Helfer".
ContentAn Hand eines komplexen klinischen Falls werden die Studierenden mit dem Ablauf medizinischer Versorgung von der Erstversorgung bis zur Rehabilitation vertraut gemacht. Dabei werden grundlegende Begriffe, Bausteine und Prozesse eingeführt. Ausserdem erleben die Studierenden die Grundlagen bildgebender Verfahren, insbesondere Ultraschall.
Die Studierenden absolvieren den Kurs Basic Life Support. Alle Teilnehmenden sollen nach dieser Ausbildungssequenz Wiederbelebungsmassnahmen im privaten wie auch im innerklinischen Bereich einleiten können.
Die Studierenden erfahren das Lernen, Lehren und Arbeiten im Spitalbereich als sozialen Prozess und Teamwork, bei dem alle Sinne und unterschiedlichste Kompetenzen zum Tragen kommen.
Zusätzlich erfahren die Studierenden in drei Workshops den grundlegenden Prozess einer physiotherapeutischen Intervention mit den Begriffen des Clinicial Reasoning, therapeutische Aspekte und Therapieprogression.
Ein Intensivkurs Mikroskopie/Histologie befähigt die Studierenden zum selbständigen Mikroskopieren und zum Verständnis histologischer Schnitte am Präparat aber auch online.
377-0105-00LMusculoskeletal System Restricted registration - show details
Only for Human Medicine BSc
5 credits5VJ. Goldhahn, O. Distler, C. Maake, M. Steinwachs
AbstractStructure and function of the human musculoskeletal system including its major disorders (acute and chronic).
Objective- Die Studierenden sind fähig, sich im klinischen Alltag mit korrekter Fachsprache an den Diskussionen im Team zu beteiligen.
- Die Studierenden können die Funktion des Bewegungsapparates beim gesunden Menschen physiologisch korrekt beschreiben.
- Die Studierenden können aufgrund ihrer Kenntnisse über die Regenerationsfähigkeit der unterschiedlichen Gewebe im Bewegungsapparat zu einem Therapieplan beitragen.
- Die Studierenden erkennen Schmerz als Leitsymptom in der Diagnostik und der erfolgreichen Therapie.
- Die Studierenden können Behandlungsmethoden für die häufigsten akuten und chronischen Krankheitsbilder zuordnen und vergleichen.
ContentDie Studierenden lernen an Hand von exemplarischen Krankheitsbildern Aufbau und Funktion des Bewegungsapparates sowie wichtige Störungen.
Sie lernen dessen Gewebsarten sowie deren Funktionsweise und Regeneration kennen.
Wichtige akute und chronische Krankheitsbilder und deren Therapieprinzipien werden vermittelt.
Zusätzlich erfolgt die Vorstellung weiterer Krankheitsbilder in Seminarform.
377-0503-00LLife Cycles and System Diseases Restricted registration - show details
Only for Human Medicine BSc
6 credits6VO. Distler, B. Latal Hajnal, M. Ristow, C. Berger, S. Blumhardt, J. Goldhahn, R. W. Kressig, M. Martin, A. Möller, E. R. Valsangiacomo Büchel, M. Wolff
AbstractThis module focuses on special aspects of health and illness in the early and late life phases as well as diseases of whole organ systems. It includes special features of the pediatric, geriatric and rheumatological anamnesis.
ObjectiveEarly Life Cycle:
• Knowledge of the pediatric aspects of the medical history.
• Knowledge about the enormous variety of child development (inter- and intra-individual variability).
• Milestone concept: Assessment of the stage of development of a child in the first years of life.
• Landmark concept: first knowledge of the demilitation on normality versus disorder.
• Getting to know frequent developmental pediatric disorders.
• Knowledge of the most common congenital heart defects.
• Getting to know and recognize respiratory diseases of the upper and lower respiratory tract.

Late Life Cycle:
Upon successful completion of the module, students should be able to
• correctly describe the biological bases of the aging process.
• derive physical and pharmacological choices to modulate the aging process.
• understand the social and psychological implication of aging.
• describe the specificities of geriatric medicine in the stationary setting.
• identify the age-specific differences in both diagnostics and therapeutics
ContentEarly Life Cycle

It describes the peculiarities of the pediatric anamnesis as well as selected topics of the healthy and sick child. The focus is on the newborn, development in the first years of life and adolescence. Infections, congenital heart and the most common respiratory diseases are described throughout the different age stages.

Late Life Cycle

Fundamentals and relevance of the aging process, as well as its biochemical, physiological and evolutionary basis. Insights into its individual as well as economic impact, including interventional and pharmacological treatment options.

Rheumatology

Overview Rheumatology, Rheumatoid Arthritis, M. Still, Spondyloarthritis, SAPHO Syndrome, Infectious and Crystal Arthritis, Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, CRPS, Soft Tissue Diseases, Myopathies, Bone Diseases, Vasculitis, Collagenosis, Drug Therapy in Rheumatology, Ergonomics, Occupational Reintegration.
377-0515-00LPatient Journeys Restricted registration - show details
Only for Human Medicine BSc
3 credits3GJ. Goldhahn, E. Kut Bacs, G. Mang, T. Moser, C. Schlegel, P. Schütz
AbstractThe modul deals with the importance of patient care by combining patient and interprofessional perspectives as well as the cooperation with other healthcare professions, at any moment (out- and inpatient treatment) as the patient progress along a care pathway.
Objective• The students are able to analyze an interprofessional patient-path and modify it according to the personal patient situation.
• Students deal with other health professionals and together plan an appropriate patient-path.
• The students are able to take different perspectives (patient, family etc.) and consider them while planning a patient-path.
• Students actively participate in interprofessional sessions, are open to other viewpoints, and consider these for the care and safety of the patients.
ContentBased on various patient situations, students learn how an interprofessional patient-path looks like.
During the self-study time, the students bring “their own patient” from their private environment and accompany her/him during the patient-path . Within this framework the individual path including all health professionals involved, will be analyzed. In a written assignement ,the most important aspects will be documented and reflected .
An exemplary patient case follows each session of the modules, to align the theoretical inputs with the corresponding patient case.
During the first session, the students analyze various internet platforms such as NetDoktor and learn how to deal with a informed patient. In addition, together with pharmacy students, the students get to know the different roles of the pharmacy. In further sessions, the students learn which responsibilities, tasks and competences, various health professionals have, during the care of the patients on their path.
In addition, the students have the opportunity to visit a rural hospital in another canton and become acquainted with the importance of the free choice of doctors and treatments in other Cantons.